Moving The Body

Hello and welcome to Shiane Wellness! Here you will find a range of unique products that have been designed to effectively and conveniently soothe pains and cleanse the body through the powerful application of Castor Oil.

Castor Oil has been used as a healing agent for thousands of years. The Egyptians used it to heal infections in the eyes and reduce constipation; the Aztecs used it to treat lesions and hemorrhoids; and the Chinese used it to induce childbirth.

It wasn’t until the 20th Century however that modern society began to appreciate the benefits of the topical use of Castor Oil when it was heavily recommended in the works of Edgar Cayce who became known as the ‘Father of Holistic Medicine’.

Throughout his work, Cayce recommended Castor Oil 545 times for the treatment of a variety of ailments associated with the liver, gall bladder, kidneys, intestines, skin, circulation and more. Whilst exactly how Castor Oil benefits the body is still a mystery, there is much documented and anecdotal evidence to support claims that it assists in healing, detoxifying and relieving pain in the body.

We hope you enjoy the benefits our Castor Oil products offer in helping you to better move your body.

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While living with stage 4 bowel cancer, I became ill with pneumonia and pleurisy. The pain was so intense that I wasn’t able to sleep properly for many weeks. It was debilitating and I was exhausted. Then I was given the Shiane Castor Oil Heat Belt to trial to help reduce my pain. It was awesome! I slept like a baby for 10 hours straight! I have used it many times since and can honestly say that it has worked beyond my expectations in providing long-lasting pain relief.

Andrew Church, Central Coast

Who Can Use Shiane Castor Oil Products?

People experiencing:


Neck, shoulder, abdomen or back pain

Pain, inflammation or ailments in organs such as the liver, gall bladder, bowel or kidneys

Pain caused through accidents

Pain from serious illnesses such as pneumonia or pleurisy

Pain from cancers or cancer treatments

Pain after a caesarean section

Inflammation of joints or soft tissue


General lethargy or ill-health due to the building of toxins in the body

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How many hours a day to do you sit at your computer? If, like the majority of us, you are sitting at your computer for 8 hours per working day, this equates to 40 hours a week, which equates to approximately 2,000 hours per year! You may be doing your back some serious damage.

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